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  2. joshpeckofficial:

    mysticaljew:

    someone studying atoms is really just a bunch of atoms trying to understand themselves

    what have you done

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  3. criminalwisdom:

    A Certain Kind Of Death - Documentary

    Unblinking and unsettling, this documentary lays bare a mysterious process that goes on all around us - what happens to people who die with no next of kin.

    Dead bodies in various stages of decomposition are seen, but not played for shock factor. Instead, you learn a little about each person, both what they were before death and what will happen to them afterward. They are followed from the discovery of the body to the final disposition of the remains, and each step in between.

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  4. soundsof71:

    groupiesoutrageously:

    Going To California | Led Zeppelin

    It started as a song about Californian earthquakes, at this point the song was known as “Guide To California”.

    The song was inspired by “California” by Joni Mitchell, with whom Jimmy and Robert were both infatuated, but more directly inspired by her song called “If I had A King” which was about Graham Nash. To find a queen without a king, They say she plays guitar and cries and sings.”(Later Graham Nash responded with a song called “I Used To Be A King”.) 

    In 2007 Robert stated that the song was about him reflecting on the first years of the group, when he was only about 20, and was struggling to find himself in the midst of all the craziness of California and the band and the groupies.

    But anyway, Michele Overman was the main inspiration: “Someone told me there’s a girl out there, With love in her eyes and flowers in her hair”, Jimmy Page told Michele. The song was not written for her, but she definitely was one of the influences and represented the “whole California thing” that inspired the song.

    Led Zeppelin IV, released November 8, 1971.

    "I Used To Be A King" by Graham Nash was on his album Songs For Beginners, released May 28, 1971.

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  5. becks28nz:

    Vintage Posters - Sherlock by 

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  6. jedavu:

    Stunning Images Of Skylines Captured With Time Lapse Photography

    by Dan Marker-Moore

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  7. trash-pile:

    i’m rebloggin this because it looks like a cute family photo where everyone is wearing a matching sweater and they all look uncomfortable 

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